By Karley Kemble

Two new celebrity babies have been born! Enrique Iglesias and his partner Anna Kournikova have welcomed twins: a boy named Nicholas and a girl named Lucy, confirms UsMagazine.com. This celebrity news is certainly a surprise, as the pair kept the pregnancy under wraps until now! The couple has been together since 2001, and their two bundles of joy are their first children together. Congratulations to Iglesias and Kournikova!

These celebrity babies are two times the fun…and two times the work! What are some ways to work together with your partner to split the responsibilities of parenthood?

Cupid’s Advice:

Sure, parenting is a lot of work, but it is very rewarding! As long as you and your partner actively work together, there is less of a chance for chaos. If you’re looking for different ways to work with each other, look no further! Cupid has some tips for you:

1. Divide and conquer: You and your partner inherently have strengths and weaknesses. Maybe you’re better at reading bedtime stories to your little one, but your partner has really got bath time down to a science. Use Whatever it may be, figure out a system that works best for your individual talents. You and your partner will soon feel like super parents that can conquer anything together!

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2. Create a chore chart: If visual aids are your style, a chore chart is super handy! They’re not just meant for kids or college roommates, after all. With all the craziness that comes from parenting, a chore chart can hold you and your partner accountable for recurring tasks – i.e. laundry, dishes, cleaning the bathroom. It’s easy for the mundane responsibilities to slip through the cracks, but this is an easy way to remember and take action!

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3. Embrace conflict: As in all aspects of your relationship, conflict is inevitable. Parenting will certainly create conflict for you and your spouse at times. There’s nothing wrong with conflict, just as sure you and your partner deal with it as adults. Find the compromise and work toward bettering each other for the sake of your children!

How do you and your partner keep your parenting duties balanced? Comment below!